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Default find current conversion rate via calculation

I have these two values in my script:

Code:
GBP_curr = 214.00 'GBP
USD_curr = 368.00 ' USD
I thought of a DB, but that would need to be maintained?

Is there any way to find the current conversion rate by using a calculation?

TIA>

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